Even if you have a portable battery, running a charging cable can be a bit cumbersome. Fortunately, you can use a small charging cable with a keychain to make charging much easier on the go.
The charging cable with a keychain is small, portable and much more comfortable than a rolled six meter long charging cable. They can be attached to your keychain or to your backpack for emergencies or long trips from home.
While keychain charging cables are not likely to be your special charging method (they are usually about an inch long), they may not be quite useful if you are not traveling without a charging cable. However, it can be difficult to find the right key cable for you. That's why we took the time to find the best cables to recharge the keychains for all needs.
Remember, these are only cables. These are not portable batteries and they are not USB sticks. However, these cables work well with a portable battery, and you probably will not need to carry a USB stick anyway.
Power4 USB 3-in-1
Cable ($ 9)
If you carry a variety of devices with you, there is a good chance That you want a keychain charging cable that works with Micro USB, USB-C and Flash ports.
The Power4 is a great 3-in-1 charging cable. It is small, affordable and easy to use. Simply select and connect the appropriate cable type for your phone. Because the Power4 is magnetically attached to itself, you can easily peel off the keychain and plug it into your phone.
If you really do not need it If you're using a 3-in-1 cable, you might want a cable for your device. Although the Power4 is sturdy and easy to use, it is held together with two magnets and can become loose in the pocket. This is a minor complaint, but it's worth remembering that you do not really need a 3-in-1 cable.
myCharge PowerCord Micro USB Cable ($ 8)
If your phone has a micro USB port, you should check the myCharge PowerCord keychain charging cable, which is so tiny that it will not clog up your keychain and is secure in itself so you do not have to worry about it coming loose in your pocket.
Some keychain charging cords are stiff In short, they do not give your phone much flexibility when charging the myCharge PowerCord made of a soft, flexible rubber – do not get me wrong, it's still a short cable (that's the name of the game here), but it gives you some play while S Download
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If you are looking for a fashionable keychain charging cable If you're looking for something that fits in your bag or backpack, check out the matching Gee Gadget keyring. It comes with a Lightning and Micro USB cable so you can charge most devices.
Of course, this cable is slightly larger than most Keychain charging cables. It looks like an accessory, not a utility. If you want a smaller device that still has Micro USB and Lightning support (and USB-C), you should check the Power4 keychain cable.
inCharge Lightning Cable ($ 13)
iPhone users who want a tiny little keychain should check the inCharge flash cable. It's ridiculously small, in a good way. The inCharge cable is magnetically attached to itself, so you can easily remove it from your keychain when you need to charge the phone. And since this cable is made of rubber (like the Power4), there is a bit of play when the phone is connected to a power source.
The inCharge is a lightning cable and therefore does not support Android phones. If you are looking for a similarly small cable that supports Micro-USB, you should check myCharge PowerCord.
Bone Lightning Cable ($ 15)
The bone lighting cable is pretty interesting. While most keychain cables look like USB sticks, the bone cable looks a bit like a nail file or a futuristic key chain. If you're wondering "where the cable is", it's actually housed in this rubber nail file case, a kind of Russian doll. This keeps the cable itself safe (it does not get loose in the bag) and the keyring looks stylish.
Remember, this is a lightning cable, so it does not work with Android devices. If you are looking for a similarly small cable that supports micro USB, you should check the myCharge PowerCord function.